Indonesia is moving towards becoming a net importer LNG by 2022 amid increasing domestic demand It is also projected that Indonesia’s gas demand will grow at an average of 4 % over the next 10 years, with the biggest demand for power generation. The thirst of LNG for Power was further fueled when BP recently agreed to supply state electricity firm PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara with 16 cargoes of liquefied natural gas per year starting 2020 to 2035.
FSRUs and FSUs will become key distribution centers facilitating the creation of various small-scale LNG infrastructure projects to help fulfill stranded demand. This will be complemented by the further deployment of small-scale LNG carriers and barges which brings an efficient delivery of LNG to demand centers across archipelago.
The floating regasification unit (FRU) and floating storage unit (FSU) Bali showcased the way for a real and realistic era of small-scale floating LNG regasification options for stakeholders. And this could serve as one of many realistic storage and distribution models needed to distribute LNG in smaller parcels.
The main forum, promises to be the most relevant platform for participants who seriously want to connect and open-the-doors with domestic LNG supply opportunities, FSRU, FSU, offshore infrastructure projects and asset owners across Indonesia.
Among the key themes to be discussed including:
- Natural Gas And LNG Supply And Allocation for Indonesia-based projects
- FSRU, Offhore Infrastructure and Technology
- Updates on upcoming LNG and Small Scale LNG projects
- Small LNG, CNG Vessels, Shipyards And Shipbuilding Capacity
- Gas Engine And Marine Related Technology
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